Another townhome project is coming soon in Downtown St. Pete. David Weekley Homes, the nation’s largest private home builder, is developing a 24-unit townhome community called Burlington Townhomes located at the northwest corner of Burlington Avenue and 8th Street North.
The project is on the same site where 801 Conway was previously proposed. That project, which was initially announced in early 2016, would have featured 35 units in a series of four story buildings surrounding an interior parking motor court.
But before 801 Conway could break ground it was delayed by a series of permitting issues and was ultimately cancelled due to rising construction costs. Many of 801 Conway’s permitting delays were a result of its unique design, which featured a mix of condominiums and townhomes.
Yesterday, St Pete City Council unanimously APPROVED Saltaire, a 35-story condo tower, as consistent with the Intown Redevelopment Plan. 🎉🏗️ Saltaire is a 192-unit tower proposed for a 1.77 acre site located at 333 1st Street South, directly across from Al Lang Stadium ⚽😁 — Full story on StPeteRising.com
Better Than Sex, a dessert restaurant, is COMING SOON to the EDGE District of Downtown St Pete! 🍰😁 Founded in Key West in 2008, Better Than Sex is the unequivocal queen of confections, where all of the menu items have sexual innuendos. 🤭 How can you go wrong with menu items like Double Stuffed, Cookie Nookie Pie, or Italian Stallion? 😂🙌 — Full Story on StPeteRising.com
BREAKING❗️ A 12-story condo tower has been proposed less than a block from bustling Beach Drive 😮☀️ The project, called The Perry, will contain 22 residences ranging from 1,700 to 2,700 square feet. Amenities at the building include a rooftop terrace, fitness center, bicycle storage, and a private garage 🏋️🚴♂️🚗 The Perry joins a growing list of projects in the immediate area including the controversial Blue Lotus, the Galaxy Hotel, and the Bliss condominium tower 🏗️🏢 — Full Story On StPeteRising.com